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Jun 18, 2013 12:00pm PDT
quote . that's the existing rule. there are two programs that were revealed by mr. snowden--
LINKTV
Jun 17, 2013 8:00am PDT
in support of whistleblower edward snowden. >> you can see how long people are speaking to whom and where and who to. this makes it difficult to have that mechanism and democracy. he says he is not a hero, just a regular citizen. we are going to be standing in solidarity with him, hoping the rule of law in hong kong is upheld. >> we will speak with the protest organizer and with a member of the hong kong legislative council who specializes in internet technology. all of that and more coming up. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman.u.s. intelligence agencies have officially confirm the surveillance programs exposed by whistleblower edward snowden. in a letter to congress released saturday, u.s. officials that the blanket collection of phone records and the spying on foreigners internet usage are covered under section 215 of the patriot act and section 702 and the fisa amendments act. the national security agency also said it investigated less than 300 phone records seized in the broad collection of metadata at last year. the nsa claims monitor
WHUT
Jun 17, 2013 6:00pm EDT
edward snowden. in a letter to congress released saturday, u.s. officials that the blanket collection of phone records and the spying on foreigners internet usage are covered under section 215 of the patriot act and section 702 and the fisa amendments act. the national security agency also said it investigated less than 300 phone records seized in the broad collection of metadata at last year. the nsa claims monitoring has foiled terror plot in the u.s. and 20 other countries but has not provided any details. the phone records program has been in effect since two thousand six. according to the washington post, vice the courts have written orders for the bulk election of metadata every three months since may of that year, from companies including at&t and bellsouth. the court orders were prompted by a request from an unspecified telephone provider after war and less surveillance was exposed. the company apparently asked of the bush administration to come up with order so it was legally bound to comply. edward snowden is believed to remain in hong kong as he faces an ongoing u.s. invest
NBC
Jun 18, 2013 4:30am EDT
the event which was about everything from chinese spies to edward snowden. >> your life is in jeopardy, your life is in jeopardy, too, if you work for the nsa, if you work for the cia, if you work for the national security agency. >> there's no word on whether the man will face any charges. >>> president obama is defending his administration's handling of the syrian war. the president's first comments come following friday's announcement regarding the aid of weapons after bashar al assad's crossing of the red line. >> this argument that if we had gone in earlier in some fashion, that the tragedy and chaos had taken place in syria wouldn't be taking place i think is wrong. >> a new pugh research poll finds 70% are against the u.s. and its allies sending arms and military supplies to anti-got groups in syria, 20% are in favor. nearly two-thirds say the u.s. is overcommitted the sdmroop syria is expected to take center stage at this week's g-8 summit. while they support opposing sides in the conflict, they agree that the civil war must come toon end. nbc news chief whus correspondent chuck todd
FOX News
Jun 22, 2013 9:00am PDT
classified secrets and now eric snowden, the man in the from of the scandal is formally charged with espionage. it could be a long legal battle to return snowden to the u.s. the next move could be up to hong kong where snowden is hiding. and some say it will be china's decision on whether to send him back to the u.s. and now new reports that iceland can get involved. we'll get the latest on the developing story with the details from molly. >> iceland has not said whether they would grant asylum. but they will send a private plane to get snowden if iceland will let him in. snowden's whereabouts are a mystery. there are news respects that he is in a police safe house and hong kong police would not comment on that. and now the u.s. government charged snowden with espionage, one hong kong law maker said it would be a battle to get him back on u.s. soil. >> the charges that are preferred against him by american government do not have the same offense in hong kong. or he can fight it on the grounds that this is a political prosecution, and therefore, is not within the hong kong- ameri
FOX News
Jun 17, 2013 7:00pm EDT
operations targeting world leaders. >> edward snowden claims the u.s. spied on a foreign president at a summit meeting just as president obama meets with world leaders at another summit. now, snowden's dad talks to fox news and begs his son to stop. >> i just asked that you measure what you are going to do and not release any more information. >> jon: snowden reportedly says the leaks will not stop, even if somebody kills him. plus exhit man testifies against whitey bulger. calling him a partner in crime who broke his heart. and, the kid who decided to hitch a ride on the back of a shark. i'm jon scott in for shepard smith. edward snowden says he may reveal more government secrets and he vows the leaks will keep coming even if he ends up dead or behind bars. that's according to the guardian newspaper which hosted that it claimed -- what it claimed was an online chat with snowden today. fox news cannot verify it actually was snowden answering the questions the person claiming to be the nsa contractor says the u.s. government is not going to be able to cover this up by jailing or mur
FOX News
Jun 22, 2013 11:30am PDT
treatments. guaranteed. crest 3d white whitestrips. >>> what do you think of edward snowden? >> i think he is a traitor. i think he has committed crimes. in fact, by violating agreements, given the position he had. he was a contractor employee. but he obviously had been granted top secret clearance. and i think that it is one of the worst occasions in my memory of -- somebody with access to information doing an enormous damage to the security interests of the united states. >> former vice president dick cheney there on fox news sunday. calling nsa leaker edward snowden a traitor for his actions. snowden went public again this week reacting to cheney's comments and criticizing the media coverage. part of what he said, unfortunately, the mainstream media now seems far more interested in what i said when i was 17 or what my girlfriend looks like rather than, say, the largest program of suspicionless surveillance in human history. judy, what do you think of his remarks? >> well, edward snowden, welcome to celebrity fraud. he has become a genuine folk hero to a lot of people under 30. if you lo
FOX Business
Jun 15, 2013 10:00am EDT
>>> good evening, everybody. thank you for being with us. confessed nsa leak ser edward snowden after a brief vanishing act is once again speaking and complicating the global image of the man who remains in hong kong, he says, and today he raised the stakes in his campaign against u.s. agencies and their surveillance. snowden telling the south china morning post that the united states is engaged in more than 60,000 hacking operations worldwide. snowden also said that china is one of the primary targets an of u.s. intelligence, hacking the mainframes of chinese universities, businesses, and public officials. snowden said "i am neither a traitor nor hero. i'm an american." that was before he said he would be putting his fate in the hands of the courts and the people of hong kong instead of americans. and today's statements may explain who snowden is actually working for. and why this spectacle overwhelmed president obama's two-day summit with chinese president xi jinping and what insight do his words suggest as to why the white house still refuses to characterize the status of the
MSNBC
Jun 18, 2013 2:00am PDT
was about everything from chinese spies to edward snowden. >> your life is in jeopardy, your life is in jeopardy, too, if you work for the nsa, if you work for the cia, if you work for the national security agency. your life's in jeopardy. you will not get a trial by jury. >> there's no word on whether the man will face any charges. >>> president obama is defending his administration's handling of the syrian civil war. the president's first comments come following friday's announcement regarding the aid of weapons after bashar al assad's crossing of the red line. >> this argument that somehow if we had gone in earlier or heavier in some fashion, that the tragedy and chaos taking place in syria wouldn't be taking place i think is wrong. >> a new pugh research poll finds 70% are against the u.s. and its allies sending arms and military supplies to anti-government groups in syria, 20% are in favor. nearly two-thirds say the u.s. is overcommitted to get involved in another conflict. syria is expected to take center stage at this week's g-8 summit. while they support opposing sides in
CBS
Jun 17, 2013 7:00pm EDT
was an online question-and-answer session with him today. edward snowden was fired last week as a contract employee of america's largest intelligence agency. bob orr says today he was the voice of defiance. >> reporter: from a secret location in hong kong, someone claiming to be edward snowden today defended his outing of classified u.s. intelligence programs. and the former n.s.a. contractor challenged authorities to do anything about it. for 1: 40, snowden answered questions on the web site the "guardian", that's the british newspaper which published snowden's leaks detailing the national security agency's sweeping collection of internet and telephone data. snowden, who's promised to fight extradition from hong kong said >> i could be, you know, rendered by the c.i.a. >> reporter: snowden said he came forward to rebut what he called lies from u.s. officials. he chastised the director of national intelligence, james clapper, for testifying to congress in march that the n.s.a. had not wittingly collected data on americans. snowden said he disclosed details about programs he feel vice late
LINKTV
Jun 18, 2013 8:00am PDT
security agency's sweeping domestic spy program, whistleblower edward snowden defended his actions in an online chat. speaking to guardian readers and journalists, snowden indicated he remains in hong kong after arriving there last month, but did not confirm his exact location. he stood by his assertion that as an nsa contractor he had the capability to wiretap anyone in the u.s. with a personal e-mail address. at one point, snowden was asked when exactly he made the decision to come forth. he said -- we will have more on snowden with glenn greenwald, the guard in journalist to whom he made his disclosures, after the headlines. president obama meanwhile defended his ministrations top- secret domestic spy program during an interview on pbs trolley rose show that aired monday night. obama drew a line between his administration's efforts and those of the bush administration. he also claimed that nsa surveillance is transparent because requests are submitted to the top-secret foreign intelligence surveillance court. >> it is transparent and that is why we set up the fisa court. the who
PBS
Jun 15, 2013 12:30pm PDT
minds, best sources, hardest talk. >> issue one, our man in hong kong. >> my name is ed snowden. i'm 29 years old. i work for booz allen hamilton as an infrastructure analyst for nsa in hawaii. i sit in my desk and certainly have authority to wiretap anyone from you or your accountant to a federal judge to even the president if i had a personal e-mail. >> edward j. snowden was a security contractor with top secret clearance until tuesday of this week had he was sacked. three weeks ago mr. snowden triggered a federal manhunt after he had begun communicating via e-mail with both the washington post and the guardian, a british newspaper. snowden disclosed to the papers details of a top secret surveillance program called prism operated by the national security agency, the nsa. last week snowden surfaced in hong kong via video to explain his actions. snowden denied any intent to harm u.s. security. he claimed he blew the whistle on the nsa to prompt a public debate about the program's legitimacy and propriety. he said he had taken refuge in hong kong, the same city and territory of the peopl
CNN
Jun 16, 2013 8:00am PDT
surveillance program, ed snowden, and it was there that they made a video. >> i'm no different from anybody else. i don't have special skills. i'm just another guy who sits there day to day in the office, watches what's happening and goes this is something that's not our place to decide. the public needs to decide whether these programs and policies are right or wrong. >> the media debate migrates from what the 29-year-old analyst revealed, the government compiling a vast warehouse of e-mails to snowden, his life and even his girl end. >> is the nsa leaker a hero or a traitor. >> so is snowden a hero or a villain in your opinion? >> hero orrville an? the man behind one of the biggest leaks in u.s. intelligence history hiding out in hong kong. >> is it good enough to make him a hero? >> is the news business turning a serious subject into a morality play? glen greenwald who broke this story will be here. >>> the george zimmerman murder trial already drawing coverage as the jury is being picked. the cable debate is ratcheting up over the killing of trayvon martin. >> a rally in miami drew thou
FOX News
Jun 22, 2013 8:30am PDT
with father of whistle blower mr. snowden. and what he said will shock you. cashin' in blowing the whistle on big brother right now. >> hi, everyone. i am eric poling. we'll be going full speed a head and explore the latest in washington. and also colonel allen west is here. joining me in the hot seat good friend and fox news contributor sarah palin. governor, welcome. we can't trust the irs. they proved that by targeting conservatives. and they are giving union employees 70 million in bonus paid for by the taxpayer. it is not sitting well with you. >> no only a government would collect a bad deed. it is a shame and more reason to distrust our federal government and the nonsense going on in d.c. >> that's the overriding theme of the she. and can we trust them in governor, can we trust them? >> well, can i trust our federal government? is the bear catholic and does the pope live in the woods? no, i don't trust our federal government. eric, that is a $17000000000 trillion question. when you have a government that doesn't announce to the american public that we are bankrupt and instead they d
NBC
Jun 17, 2013 5:30pm PDT
will continue to debate what edward snowden has done, exposing the kind of data mining that has now become routine. and while that debate goes on, he is still talking. again today from overseas, he delivered yet another carefully timed leak, timed to embarrass the u.s. and great britain just as a summit of world leaders gets under way. and tonight the consequences continue. we begin with our chief foreign affairs correspondent andrea mitchell in our d.c. newsroom. andrea, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. the leak was timed to embarrass britain and the u.s. by claiming they jointly spied on world leaders at past london summits. as the g8 summit opened, "the guardian" reported that the british, along with the u.s. spied on past conferences. the encrypted calls home to moscow, decoded by the nsa. >> what it does do for president obama, which is problematic, it robs him of much moral authority in talking about this. >> reporter: snowden's leaks about the u.s. hacking china also undercut the president when he met with president xi recently. u.s. officials said no one should be su
CBS
Jun 17, 2013 4:00am EDT
into smartphones and reading e-mails. the source? edward snowden. >> how much damage he did do? the fact is that time will tell. >> on cbs's "face the nation," chief of staff dennis mcdonough says snowden's acts have hurt america. >> to get around our techniques and practices. >> a british foreign service spokesman declined to comment on the spying allegation. and we are awaiting comments from the president from northern ireland in about half an hour. sus anne-marie? >> susan mcginnis in washington. the syrian blamed the attack on rebels. there are unconfirmed reports of casualties. also on sunday, amateur video appears to show amateurs appear to be attacking forces. there were no reports of casualties. >>> and we're learning more about the massive intelligence programs leaked by contractor edward snowden. as chip reid reports, the scope of the program appears to be limited. >> reporter: the national security agency collects phone records on tens of millions of americans, but documents sent to congress this weekend says fewer than 300 were identified l'dent year. releasing that informati
Current
Jun 17, 2013 5:00pm PDT
music ♪ ] >> john: good evening nsa whistle blower edward snowden is still talking and promiseing to release more information. what do you do about spying when it's made legal? we'll talk about what is really going on and what is next. and the iranian people have gone to the polls and replaced their powerless figure head right wing president with a right wing cleric president. is the new boss the same as the old boss and do you remember that cheney mail of how obama is actually a muslim. he's actually a muslim with a muslim healthcare plan that converts you to muslimdom. it's funny. we'll explain. today is the birthday. and 42 years ago day president nixon declared the war on drugs and unlike richard nixon, it's never going away. it's "viewpoint." [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> john: i'm john fugelsang. this is "viewpoint." thank you so much for joining us tonight. edward snowden strikes again. as the g-summit gets under way, news of a british cyberspy operation on diplomats at the 2009 g-20 summit, another nugget from the 19-year-old alleged nsa leaker who is still nowhere to be foun
FOX News
Jun 22, 2013 3:00pm PDT
with a fox news alert and the u.s. officially bringing charges against nsa leaker edward snowden, including espionage and theft of government property. the charges come just two weeks after the 30-year-old exposed several classified details about the government's secret surveillance programs and marks the first step in what could be a very long legal battle to extradite him from hong kong back to the u.s. he is still believed to be hiding out there. molly henneberg, is hong kong going to fight the obama administration's request to bring snowden back to the u.s.? >> rick, the u.s. made the request and one senior obama administration official says if hong kong doesn't act soon, it will, quote, complicate our bilateral relations. the two countries have an extradition treaty. a security advisor told cbs, quote, hong kong has been a historically good partner of the united states in law enforcement matters. and we expect them to comply with the treaty in this case. edward snowden had been staying in a hong kong hotel, but checked out june 10. it's assumed he's still in hong kong, but it's not cle
NBC
Jun 22, 2013 4:30pm PDT
. the manhunt for edward snowden now that he has been charged with espionage, the u.s. still has to find him. and navigate tricky legal ground to bring him home to face justice. >> air show tragedy. hundreds watch in horror as a stunt plane carrying a pilot and wing walker crashes to the ground at a popular air show. >> nature's wrath. wildfires rage in the west as new battle lines are drawn in fire-ravaged areas. while massive floods cripple a major city forcing more than 75,000 to flee their homes. >> and, to the rescue. in the midst of hurricane season the coast guard is on alert. we take you inside the place where elite rescuers learn to leap into troubled waters. >>> good evening. the hunt for edward snowden has taken on greater urgency tonight now that the u.s. charged the former nas contractor with espionage. since spilling the beans about secret government surveillance programs, snowden has been in hiding. bringing him to justice not only hinges on finding him but getting whatever country he is ultimately found in to hand him over. this as still more potentially damaging leaks from s
MSNBC
Jun 17, 2013 7:00pm PDT
with lawrence o'donnell." have a great night. >>> president obama responds to ed snowden. >> the army shores right now interior people living in the grip of conflict. >> president obama is in northern ireland today. >> presidento' obama is in ireld for the g8 summit. >>> snowden has resurfaced and is take questions. zple struck again today. >> saying he had a disillusionment with president obama. >> president obama was a factor in his decision -- >> which led to the decision to release -- >> secret surveillance documents. >> i think he's a traitor. >> former vice president dick cheney. >> i think it's one of the worst occasions in my memory. >> this pissing match between vice president cheney and edward snowden. >> i think he's a traitor. >> it's unbelievable. we've fallen down the rabbit hole. >> meanwhile. >> meanwhile. >> meanwhile at the hall of justice! >> the supreme court strikes down arizona's controversial law. >> this is a prop 200 from arizona. >> requiring voters to show proof of citizenship. >> that's in conflict with the federal motor voter law. >> the high court this morning h
Current
Jun 17, 2013 4:00pm PDT
at all. snowden is a traitor but it's no scandal at all. have we learned nothing. left wing and right wing party hats, they amuse me. it turns out that the scandal is much larger. terrific story. one in the "washington post" this weekend and one from the associatedded press first in the "washington post" they have four different spy programs. one is called "main way," the it captures phone met da data, and then "marina." that captures internet meta-data. then there is "nucleon," and that coptures the phone content what you said on the phone and then "prism.," which captures the internet content which we had heard about. meaning, they have all your stuff, they could go back to it, now they're saying for the moment being if you live outside of the country like you're the russians, o we've got all your emails, every site you've ever been on. for the americans, we have that, too, but its locked away. they go on to explain: >> of course, what is the national security investigation? it's war on drugs if you smoke pot, i'll get all your phone records. what's in the phones, the e-mails, they
FOX News
Jun 22, 2013 10:00am PDT
. this is a fox news alert. enemy of the state. the u.s. officially charging nsa leaker edward snowden with espionage and theft of government property. nwelcome to the brand new hour inside of america's news headquarters. the charges against edward snowden come two weeks after the 30-year-old exposed several classified details about the government's secret surveillance programs and marks the first step in what could be a long, long extradition battle to return snowden from hong kong where he is believed to be hiding. molly has the latest in marcia clark. >> hi, heather and kelly. the u.s. charged edward snowden with and extradite him yet. he checked out of a hotel on june 10. hong kong is controlled by china. one expert says that there is a reason why the u.s. has been reluctant to ask hong kong to go find snowden. >> not only is snowden taken into custody but phone drive and power laptops, hong kong police will see and share them with chinese intelligence. i think that maybe some of this delay and actually filing the extradition requests is we were concerned about the chinese getting
FOX News
Jun 22, 2013 12:00pm PDT
get their hands on him. two weeks after edward snowden exposed spying secrets, charging him with espionage and theft of government property. setting up what could be a lengthy battle to bring him back to the u.s. from hong kong where she believed to be hiding. molly henneberg is live with details. >> molly: ed washed snowden checked out of a hong kong hotel on june 10th and new reports in hong kong that he is in a police safe house. hong kong police would not comment on that. even though the u.s. government has charged him with espionage one hong kong lawmaker it will be a battle for the u.s. to get him back on american soil. >> he can fight it on the ground this is a political prosecution and, therefore, it's not ended of the hong kong-american treaty. >> molly: they have not asked officially to extradite him yet but back home the formal charges against him. theft of government property, unauthorized communication of national defense information and willful communication of classified communications intelligence information to an unauthorized person. all related to snowden'
ABC
Jun 17, 2013 6:00pm EDT
. the british paper the guardian was behind it with edward snowden. >>> well, you don't need federal proof you're a u.s. citizen to register to vet. the court struck down the law that arizona voters approved that they are u.s. citizens before using a registration. arizona said the law would cut down on voter fraud. other states have similar voter remember thes and were asking the court to uphold arizona's. >>> all right. coming up on the news here at 6, july 1st there's a certain date for students with federal loans. it could put a beg dent in your wallet. >>> plus, is this enough to protect your child's brain, a debate over protecting pitchers when oib abc2 comes right back. >> a couple of storms, and we'll have more when we come back. stay with us. >>> about 15 minutes into a ball game at dundalk community college. wyatt will have a detailed look at the most accurate forecast coming up in about three and a half minutes. >>> in our consumer i've all right if you have a federal rally subsidized loan you need to keep a close eye on what's aing in washington. the rate also double. democrats, inc
ABC
Jun 18, 2013 2:35am EDT
to the ban on women in fighting conditions. >> the nsa whistle blower, eric snowden. documents from snowden, in a meeting the nsa intercepted communications from the russian president after he met with president obama. snowden's father is urging him to stop the leaks. >> i just asked that you measure what you are going to do and not release any more information. >> no good can come of his revelations. the question is -- why does snowden think it is okay to tell them the details of that espionage? >> president obama's defending the nsa surveillance programs that snowden helped lreveal. he said they're transparent though authorized and secret. >> the president wraps up meetings at the g-8 in northern ireland. >> president obama and russian president agreed to disagree. mary bruce traveling with the president. good morning, mary. >> reporter: good morning, john, diana. syria's civil war is front and center at the summit. the ups powers are at no agreement to end it. the president and russian leader, vladamir putin agreed the bloodshed must stop and called for renewed negotiations. that's where
FOX News
Jun 15, 2013 11:30am PDT
and the fbi commenting on this man, edward snowden, a 29-year-old american and former technical contractor who revealed himself as the leaker of the information about how our government collects phone and other data about us as part of what the government calls an effort to protect us. glen greenwald was the journalist who made headlines reporting the classified information provided by snowden. greenwald's involvement getting the attention of one key lawmaker. >> no right is absolute. and even the press has certain restrictions. i think it should be very targeted, selective and certainly a very rare exception. in this case when where you have someone that has disclosed secrets like this and threatens to release more, to me yes, there has to be legal action taken against him. this is a very unusual case with life and death implications for americans. >> there are a lot of issues to deal with here.k grenell first,t do you think about congressman king's assertion this might be a case where you go after journalists in this case glenn greenwald, for the leak? >> you know, i don't think so. i think
CBS
Jun 17, 2013 4:30am EDT
of 2009 hacking into smartphones and reading e-mails. the source? edward snowden. the normal nsa contractor who leaked see correct surveillance programs to the press. >> how much damage did he do? the fact is that time will tell. >> on cbs's "face the nation," chief of staff dennis mcdonough says snowden's leaks have hurt america. >> in effect give the playbook to those who would like to understood -- get around our techniques and practices. >> a british foreign service spokesman declined to comment on the spying allegations. and we're awaiting comments from the president from northern ireland in about half an hour. anne-marie? >> susan mcginnis in washington. >> thank you, susan. >>> there was a huge explosion in damascus yesterday. the syrian government blamed the attack on rebels. there are unconfirmed reports of casualties. also on sunday, amateur video appears to show amateurs appear to be attacking forces. there were no reports of casualties. >>> and we're learning more about the massive intelligence programs leaked by contractor edward snowden. as chip reid reports, the sc
FOX News
Jun 17, 2013 12:00pm PDT
again, this time in an online live chat. it comes as ed snowden's father speaks out. the leaker's latest revelations could make things interesting in the g8 summit in island elf right now president barack obama meeting with russian prime minister vladimir putin. we're expecting new videotape of the meeting minutes from now. plus, a guy who says he caught vandals red-handed making a mess of this home. but why is he the guy who is facing jail time after he tried to stop them. all ahead unless breaking news changes everything on "studio b." >> we begin this hour with the computer technician who says he leaked top secret documents on our government's phone and surveillance program. he is speaking out again, in a live online chat hosted by the guardian newspaper. edward snowden says the truth will come out even if he is thrown in jail or killed. snowden says he felt compelled to leak details about the nsa program because president obama broke a bunch of campaign promises to end certain programs and instead, quote, expanded self abusive programs. the news about the nsa's collection of millions
FOX News
Jun 18, 2013 12:00am PDT
of letters, leak erred ward snowden held a live q and a. the leaky geek asked if he was spy for china. he said no. why he fled the country? no fair chance of a fair trial in america, he claims and more. when asked why he revealed the nsa spies -- start that over again. when asked why he has revealed that the nsa spies on foreign institutions he said, quote, nsa is running network operations against them that affect millions of innocent people. and for what? so we can have secret access to a compute neither a country we are not even fighting so we can potentially reveal a potential terrorist with the potential to kill fewer americans than our own police? he later repeated that charge. bathtub falls and police officers kill more americans than terrorism yet we have been asked to sacrifice our most sacred rights for fear of falling victim to it. snowden's dad spoke to fox news and addressed it directly. >> your family loves you and we want you to come home. i believe firmly that you are a man of principal of the i believe in your character. i don't know what you have seen, but i just ask tha
MSNBC
Jun 17, 2013 8:00am PDT
revelations of spying courtesy of edward snowden. this time with claims the british government spied on delegates attending another gathering. the g-20 summit in london. back here at home a new poll showing president obama's approval rating has taken a hit since the spying scandals broke. half of the public says they don't think he is honest and trust worthy. political director chuck todd traveling with the president. today's first read is pointing to this summit as a true test of the president's leadership. war tensions are back and quoting that some are talking about what this means today meeting with vladimir putin and russia along with others backing assad's regime. what can the president hope to achieve especially with meeting president putin today? >> trying to convince putin that assad, that putting his chips in with assad is somehow a long-term loser. the way that administration officials explain it is that they believe somehow if they can convince putin that it is in his best interest -- remember putin is pretty much a transactional political figure. if they can convince put
CNN
Jun 21, 2013 2:00pm PDT
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ABC
Jun 17, 2013 5:30pm PDT
in that room at previous summits. the latest bombshell from edward snowden, the fugitive behind the intelligence leak sending shock waves all over the world and now his own father is pleading with him to stop. abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross starts us off with the latest. >> reporter: this latest leak in edward snowden's campaign seems carefully timed for maximum embarrassment and outrage as the meeting of world leaders gathered in northern ireland, the so called g8. snowden gave "the guardian" newspaper top secret documents revealing how the british government spied on diplomatic targets from all nations and their smartphones at a similar meeting of world leaders in 2009. "the guardian" said other documents from snowden show that at the same meeting four years ago, the nsa intercepted communications from the russian president shortly after he met with president obama. >> no good can come of his revelations. but why does snowden think it's okay to tell them the details of that espionage? >> reporter: snowden is still believed to be in hong kong in hiding as hi
CBS
Jun 18, 2013 4:00am PDT
. >> meanwhile, someone claiming to be edward snowden, the man who leaked information about the nsa program, defended his actions during an online chat. he said he is not a spy for china and discounted efforts to silence him. bob orr reports. >> reporter: from a secret location in hong kong, someone claiming to be edward snowden defended his outing of classified u.s. intelligence programs and a former nsa contractor challenged authorities to do anything about it. "the u.s. government is not going to be able to cover this up by jailing or murdering me, "snowden wrote in an online chat. truth is coming and it cannot be stopped." for an hour and 40 minutes snowden answered questions on the website of "the guardian" that's the british newspaper which published snowden's leaks telling of the sweeping collection of internet and phone data. snowden who promised to fight extradition from hong kong said the u.s. government has destroyed any possibility of a fair trial at home, openly declaring me guilty of treason. snowden said he came forward to rebut what he called lies from u.s. officials. he cha
FOX News
Jun 16, 2013 8:00am PDT
cheney, one of the architects of our current security arrangement said that nsa leaker eric snowden is a traitor and that president obama is wrong when he says the war on terrorism is winding down. >> first of all, he's wrong. it is not winding down. if you look at part of the world that is available as safe harbor sanctuary for terrorists and botched ooh tacks against the united states, it runs across north africa. all the places that the muslim brotherhood has come to power. the threat's bigger than ever. and we have the proliferation of nuclear weapons and weapons of mass destruction. >> reporter: intelligence community briefed congress on the justification for the surveillance programs and claimed that dozens of terrorist attacks were prisoned, though few details were given. cheney supports the program and the need for secrecy, but many on both sides of the aisle think our civil liberties are in danger of compromise. >> i think weie the american people to have a full debate in the open about the extent of this these programs. have you a law interpreted secretly by a secret court
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